Climate change is huge, scary, and highly politicized, and the relentless bad news can prove overwhelming: flooding in the Midwest, fires consuming California, seas rising, temperatures escalating, glaciers melting. But what if there is a solution that is proven, available, and scalable, and has no ill effects or unforeseen consequences? All that’s required is taking carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere, where it traps heat and disturbs the water cycle, and putting it back into the soil through regenerative agricultural practices. With just these simple shifts, the soil becomes more flood-proof and drought-proof, and improves yields. “To Which We Belong” highlights an array of farmers and ranchers who are already practicing regenerative agriculture and profiles the scientists, businesses, and nonprofits who are working on financial incentives that will lead us to reduce — and eventually reverse — climate change on a global scale. By leaving behind conventional practices that are no longer profitable or sustainable, these unsung heroes are not only improving the health of the soil and the sea but also saving their own livelihoods — and our planet.